Some love for #NewtScamander please? Kind, just, compassionate, and loyal, possibly the best #Hufflepuff out there (although Cedric Diggory comes a close second). #FantasticBeasts #HarryPotter #fictionalcrush #EddieRedmayne
Period dramas never looked this good until Eddie Peng came along.
Okay, I just need to get over what my friend Liz calls "concert withdrawals” before I return to writing Neverland again.
Sorry, wallet. February's not a good month for you. Blame the publishers for coming out with a slew of titles I've been dying to get my hands on.
Writing advice from Kate Brauning: Don’t get discouraged when you’re drafting if you’re not seeing magic happen. That magical touch and those insightful moments you see in great books aren’t magic at all. They’re the result of blood and sweat. First drafts are limp and flat and awkward—that’s normal. The depth and layers come as… Continue reading Halfway into NaNoWriMo!
Fair warning: this post contains fangirl moments over Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo, the first of the Grisha trilogy by Leigh Bardugo. If fangirling gives you a massive headache, walk away now. Otherwise, OMG THIS BOOK!! The Story Set in an alternate ancient Russia, in a place called Ravka, the story opens with a boy and… Continue reading Book Review: Shadow and Bone
Remember how excited I was to finally get started on Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell?This is what you get when you buy into all the hype before reading a book.I'd heard SO many good things about this book and this author. Two of Rowell's books had topped the Goodreads Choice Awards in 2013, and there were so… Continue reading Book Review: Fangirl
UGH. Thanks to my general laziness and obsession with pretty faces, I failed to come up with a short story for this week. I keep vowing to get off Tumblr and Pinterest, but damn those pretty things. Namely, this: Ugh, you're a life ruiner. I hope you know that.Although I wasn't COMPLETELY idle. I'm almost… Continue reading Can you tell I’m on procrastination mode?
So I've finally finished reading Dreams of Gods and Monsters, dammit. I'd been trying to stave off the ending for as long as I could, but I guess no story lasts forever. DOGAM, of course, was amazing. It was a beautiful conclusion to an epic trilogy. I remember how the first book, Daughter of Smoke and Bone,… Continue reading Book review: Dreams of Gods and Monsters
1. At first, you come across the book with the pretty cover and you're like 2. First chapter in and you're still like 3. But halfway through you become like 4. And then like 5. By the final chapter you're like … Continue reading The 15 stages of book addiction